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28 days ago
Opinion: 2016 set Zuma up for life and death political battle
Opinion: 2016 set Zuma up for life and death political battle
Zuma

President Jacob Zuma can, in the phrase popularised by Queen Elizabeth II in 1992, claim the past year as his annus horribilis, writes Emsie Ferreira.

28 days ago
OPINION: Visions of hope
OPINION: Visions of hope

Factionalisms tearing the ANC apart has spilt into the ranks of the military veterans, but the party can be mended, writes Mogomotsi Mogodiri.

30 days ago
An open letter to Lukhanyo Calata
An open letter to Lukhanyo Calata

Former minister Charles Nqakula has written this open letter to Lukhanyo Calata, one of the SABC 8 and son of one of the Cradock Four, Fort Calata.

30 days ago
It's meant to be a season of festivity not fear
It's meant to be a season of festivity not fear

Criminals have chosen the week before Christmas to run amok in packed malls and this should not be accepted as normal, says Lou-Anne Daniels.

31 days ago
Azad Essa: A blatant disregard for India's poor
Azad Essa: A blatant disregard for India's poor

The country's move towards a cashless society will strip them of their purchasing power and drive them further to the margins ...

34 days ago
World holds its breath after momentous 2016
World holds its breath after momentous 2016
Analysis

2016 was a momentous year which witnessed the realignment of global politics, writes Shannon Ebrahim.

34 days ago
I’ll see your Brexit and raise my Trump card
I’ll see your Brexit and raise my Trump card
Analysis

2016 is the year political correctness lost the popular vote and conservative, borderline racist perspectives took centre stage, says Carvin H.

34 days ago
Luthuli’s death still a mystery
Luthuli’s death still a mystery
Analysis

As the 50th anniversary of Albert Luthuli’s death looms, it's an opportune time to campaign for a fresh investigation into ...

34 days ago
10 observations on factional thinking
10 observations on factional thinking
Analysis

Testing times in the ANC call for shift towards new approach bringing harmony despite differences, writes Muxe Nkondo.